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Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
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Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
I was recently made aware of two O2 wearable monitors and curious if anyone here has tried them and could provide some feedback.  

Wellue O2 Ring monitor and earlier model Wellue Sleep Wrist O2 monitor.

I have the CM S50F but find it somewhat uncomfortable and the new Wellue O2 Ring appears to be effective and unobtrusive but hoping someone here could provide feedback.

Thank you
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RE: Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
Hi CZOscar,

Since your request for information is not a product review, I've moved it from the Product Reviews Forum into the Main Apnea Board forum.

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RE: Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
(11-16-2019, 10:15 AM)CZOscar Wrote: I was recently made aware of two O2 wearable monitors and curious if anyone here has tried them and could provide some feedback.  

Wellue O2 Ring monitor and earlier model Wellue Sleep Wrist O2 monitor.

I have the CM S50F but find it somewhat uncomfortable and the new Wellue O2 Ring appears to be effective and unobtrusive but hoping someone here could provide feedback.

Thank you

I have previous versions of the Wellue Wrist Monitor and like it better than the alternatives because of battery life and form factor (using that small unobtrusive ring sensor on any of my three largest fingers is just killer).

Much has been posted recently .. try this search http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/search....order=desc

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RE: Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
(11-16-2019, 11:54 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote: Hi CZOscar,

Since your request for information is not a product review, I've moved it from the Product Reviews Forum into the Main Apnea Board forum.

Coffee
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RE: Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
(11-16-2019, 12:44 PM)WillSleep Wrote:
(11-16-2019, 10:15 AM)CZOscar Wrote: I was recently made aware of two O2 wearable monitors and curious if anyone here has tried them and could provide some feedback.  

Wellue O2 Ring monitor and earlier model Wellue Sleep Wrist O2 monitor.

I have the CM S50F but find it somewhat uncomfortable and the new Wellue O2 Ring appears to be effective and unobtrusive but hoping someone here could provide feedback.

Thank you

I have previous versions of the Wellue Wrist Monitor and like it better than the alternatives because of battery life and form factor (using that small unobtrusive ring sensor on any of my three largest fingers is just killer).

Much has been posted recently .. try this search http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/search....order=desc

WillSurf

Thanks -I have tried several searches but have not found any reviews on this forum.  Will search further outside but tend to trust reviews here rather than external.  Thanks
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RE: Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
(11-17-2019, 05:04 PM)CZOscar Wrote:
(11-16-2019, 12:44 PM)WillSleep Wrote:
(11-16-2019, 10:15 AM)CZOscar Wrote: I was recently made aware of two O2 wearable monitors and curious if anyone here has tried them and could provide some feedback.  

Wellue O2 Ring monitor and earlier model Wellue Sleep Wrist O2 monitor.

I have the CM S50F but find it somewhat uncomfortable and the new Wellue O2 Ring appears to be effective and unobtrusive but hoping someone here could provide feedback.

Thank you

I have previous versions of the Wellue Wrist Monitor and like it better than the alternatives because of battery life and form factor (using that small unobtrusive ring sensor on any of my three largest fingers is just killer).

Much has been posted recently .. try this search http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/search....order=desc

WillSurf

Thanks -I have tried several searches but have not found any reviews on this forum.  Will search further outside but tend to trust reviews here rather than external.  Thanks


Try a search for o2ring.   If this search does not work just search for o2Ring.  The reviews I have seen here will come in terms of short comments.    http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/search....order=desc

WillSleep

INFORMATION ON APNEA BOARD FORUMS OR ON APNEABOARD.COM SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED AS MEDICAL ADVICE. ALWAYS SEEK THE ADVICE OF A PHYSICIAN BEFORE SEEKING TREATMENT FOR MEDICAL CONDITIONS, INCLUDING SLEEP APNEA. INFORMATION POSTED ON THE APNEA BOARD WEB SITE AND FORUMS ARE PERSONAL OPINION ONLY AND NOT NECESSARILY A STATEMENT OF FACT.
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RE: Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
I have used the O2Ring and it is excellent.  I have never used the old wrist monitors, but I can say that the ring seems to be accurate and I don't even know I am wearing it.  It also logs data every 4 seconds as opposed to other devices that do less sampling.  You don't need the app to start/stop the ring each night... just put it on and take it off.  That simple.  You then transfer data to phone in AM and can see everything in the app.  The ring will store 5 sessions.  If you put it on and it starts up it will count as a session.  I see they have a newer device that has an additional parameter, but I have not tried that one.
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(12-02-2019, 11:08 AM)jtech1 Wrote: I have used the O2Ring and it is excellent.  I have never used the old wrist monitors, but I can say that the ring seems to be accurate and I don't even know I am wearing it.  It also logs data every 4 seconds as opposed to other devices that do less sampling.  You don't need the app to start/stop the ring each night... just put it on and take it off.  That simple.  You then transfer data to phone in AM and can see everything in the app.  The ring will store 5 sessions.  If you put it on and it starts up it will count as a session.  I see they have a newer device that has an additional parameter, but I have not tried that one.
Great - thank you Jteck1

This is what I was looking for.

Where did you purchase it & cost? If commercial link can’t place here but can pm me if you recall.

Thank you again.
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RE: Wellness O2 Ring Oxygen Monitor or Wrist monitor
FWIW I saw the Wellue O2 Ring on the site named after the rainforest with a cyber Monday deal.

John
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(12-02-2019, 12:37 PM)70sSanO Wrote: FWIW I saw the Wellue O2 Ring on the site named after the rainforest with a cyber Monday deal.

John

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